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Some action shots:









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Some action shots:

Way too saturated. I would tweak that ENB somewhat.
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Adjusted the rays.


Trying out some new clouds.


Twerkin the interiors.
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Nords...ARISE !









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Adjusted the rays.


Trying out some new clouds.


Twerkin the interiors.
How do you tweak the interiors? I put up a screenshot a couple pages back looking to kill some red saturation on characters faces when there's fire around. It's bugging the hell out of me frown.gif
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Try these four.

Environment: Point Light; intensity and curve.

Fire: Intensity and curve.

Adjusting the environment setting will effect fires from pits, torches and candles. Anything that emits a light, (Including spells)

Fire settings adjust the color and intensity of the fire itself.

I usually adjust the point lighting first, to get the glow and lighting right, then adjust the fire to match it.

This is using the newer versions. I don't know what version Sharpshooters 5.5 is using. But the interior controls are always at the end of the settings. Something like Pointlightinteriorday.

It's possible you have a version that doesn't have interior settings, but that would have to be one of the first versions. Even before he implemented the GUI.
Edited by ChaotiKPranXter - 12/2/13 at 12:56pm
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Originally Posted by ChaotiKPranXter View Post

Try these four.

Environment: Point Light; intensity and curve.

Fire: Intensity and curve.

Adjusting the environment setting will effect fires from pits, torches and candles. Anything that emits a light, (Including spells)

Fire settings adjust the color and intensity of the fire itself.

I usually adjust the point lighting first, to get the glow and lighting right, then adjust the fire to match it.

This is using the newer versions. I don't know what version Sharpshooters 5.5 is using. But the interior controls are always at the end of the settings. Something like Pointlightinteriorday.

It's possible you have a version that doesn't have interior settings, but that would have to be one of the first versions. Even before he implemented the GUI.
awesome thanks
I don't have to use sharpshooters, I did try Realvision first but now that I know it can be tweaked I'd like to try it again. I really like Opethfeldt enb but he made some adjustments that I don't care for in v.7, but I do like what he did with interiors a lot, they look spot on to me. No over saturation and plenty of shadow detail. The problem is that in the daylight there's little shadow effects and all characters look like plastic dolls lol. Guess you can't have it all. And if anyone hasn't noticed, there is literally no difference in sharpshooters enb and a realistic hope enb.
Edited by Dunan - 12/2/13 at 1:06pm
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If you are using the latest ENB binaries, then try tweaking subsurface scattering, which can get NPCs peach, pink, or red tints.
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